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24 March 2014

Winger has netted four goals in his last seven games

ROBERT Snodgrass is happy to be producing close to his best form after adding to his recent goal tally with the opener against Sunderland on Saturday.

The Scotland international set the Canaries on their way to a 2-0 victory after converting Johan Elmander’s pass in the 20th minute at Carrow Road.

It was his fourth strike in seven matches and elevated him to second in the Club’s leading scorer charts with six in all competitions, one goal behind Gary Hooper.

“I told people to be patient and to stick with me, and I would repay them, and I feel as if I’ve done that,” he said when speaking to Norwich City TV after the weekend’s victory.

“Injuries played a big part in the first part of the season, but it was a matter of keeping going, keeping my head down and continuing to work hard.

“I’ll keep getting myself into those positions and putting my chances away.”

The win gave Chris Hughton’s side some breathing space in relation to the Premier League relegation zone, and Snodgrass didn’t hold back when describing the relevance of the three points.

“It was a massive result for the boys and everybody involved with the football club. I’m delighted that we got a clean sheet and scored a couple of goals at home.

“We’re delighted to get the three points because that was the main objective today.

“The fans have been turning up in their numbers this season and it’s been very frustrating at times. When we have to win, we produce, and that’s a sign of big characters. We needed that and we did it.”

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